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Old 01-02-2020, 09:12 PM   #6381
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After getting the front end worked on last week (control arms and outer tie rods) I had an alignment done today. No more squeaks, grunts and complaining noises from the front end. I am surprised and blessed at how well this car drives at 21 years old.
Hey, I just did that too!

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Old 01-03-2020, 03:45 PM   #6382
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Put on winter tires.
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On the way home, pulled-off the road to let three BAT GUANO CRAZY drivers leap ahead to tailgate the pace car. Christmas’s goodwill is gone. The bat guano crazies are back on the local roads

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Old 01-03-2020, 04:29 PM   #6383
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Old 01-04-2020, 12:52 PM   #6384
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Not so much of a "what did you do to" post, but I moved a 14' 3" extension ladder to my hangar. My Dodge Ram has a dead starter.




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Old 01-04-2020, 02:14 PM   #6385
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OK Guys - this will give you a giggle.

A short time ago I replaced my headlights and was pretty happy with how they came out. Unfortunately, I had failed to see a plastic 'hook' that helped hold the headlight into place properly and had to redo them last night. I was wondering why they were in a little different position than the old ones. Details, details.




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Old 01-04-2020, 05:19 PM   #6386
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A short time ago I replaced my headlights and was pretty happy with how they came out. Unfortunately, I had failed to see a plastic 'hook' that helped hold the headlight into place properly and had to redo them last night. I was wondering why they were in a little different position than the old ones. Details, details.


Thanks for that.... I'm expecting my new lights soon.

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Old 01-06-2020, 03:31 PM   #6387
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Its been over the weekend not today but...

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LCA - Mevotech
Swaybar bushings - ACDELCO
front struts (rears will be next week brand: FCS quick strut)
passenger wheel bearing - MOOG
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Tensioner pulley (Napa, seems legit)
Idler pulley (Autozone, YUCK) will be pressing new bearing into the OE later
passenger halfshaft (Autozone)

Prepped the surface rust on undercarriage with wire wheel
sprayed on metal prep (rust converter HomeDepot)
painted the under carriage with rustoleum


I just recently put this car on the road 1 month ago or so
its been sitting in my garage for the last 4 years, I bought for $400 with a supposed bad auto trans but the body was extra clean just some surface rust.
It was originally to be a donor for my SL2 DOHC manual but, when I started looking at it, the trans filter was loose and line pressure solenoid was bad so its been waiting for me to get around to it :P

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The LED lights made so much difference (hopefully they last)
JUST WOW!

So far the car has burned a 3/4 of a quart in 2500 miles I think some of that is coming from the valve cover but I'll run it a bit before I decide to mess with it

The driverside mevotech lca popped the bottom cap when I put in the grease (no I didn't overfill it either, the boot didn't even puff up)
SO I'm going have to replace it again as soon as a new one shows up
I specifically picked these because they were grease-able and I'm kinda ticked I now have to do it again

The FCS struts seem to be pretty good quality and they don't squeak while turning either.
I picked up the quickstruts because this car has the OE springs (SL2 broke one and nearly destroyed a tire years ago)
The OE struts were actually pretty good so I'll save them and replace the springs later

According to maintenance records Monroe did the brakes on this car last
they torqued the ever-living **** out of the brake guide pins!
I had to destroy the drivers side top to get it out even with a torch luckily the others came out with impact, heat persuasion and PB blaster
brakes look new at least and I ground the head of the top pin to 12mm to get it by till next weekend

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Old 01-06-2020, 10:47 PM   #6388
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The driverside mevotech lca popped the bottom cap when I put in the grease (no I didn't overfill it either, the boot didn't even puff up)
SO I'm going have to replace it again as soon as a new one shows up
I specifically picked these because they were grease-able and I'm kinda ticked I now have to do it again
I put in the same pair of control arms last July and have the same exact problem as you. The drivers side control arm wouldn't take any grease. I even bought second one and that one didn't take grease either. (Maybe there was a bad batch of drivers side control arms made?) I've honestly been driving without grease this entire time...It's not clunking or handling weird and I didn't really want to do it a 3rd time. I'll probably fix it in the spring when I do my brakes.

I'd recommend a different brand though.

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Old 01-06-2020, 11:01 PM   #6389
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I put in the same pair of control arms last July and have the same exact problem as you. The drivers side control arm wouldn't take any grease. I even bought second one and that one didn't take grease either. (Maybe there was a bad batch of drivers side control arms made?) I've honestly been driving without grease this entire time...It's not clunking or handling weird and I didn't really want to do it a 3rd time. I'll probably fix it in the spring when I do my brakes.

I'd recommend a different brand though.
Oh GREAT!! I guess I'll try adding some grease before I even bother putting it on.

The passenger side already had the zerk installed whereas the drivers side I had to install it myself

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Old 01-06-2020, 11:47 PM   #6390
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Oh GREAT!! I guess I'll try adding some grease before I even bother putting it on.

The passenger side already had the zerk installed whereas the drivers side I had to install it myself
I don't think either of mine had the fitting on yet iirc. It would be interesting to hear though if your new control arm works or not.

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Old 01-07-2020, 12:01 AM   #6391
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We put mevotechs on the '99, and greased them before installation. No issues.

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Old 01-07-2020, 01:11 AM   #6392
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We put mevotechs on the '99, and greased them before installation. No issues.
I was well trained to purchase either NAPA Premium or Chassis Parts by my Dad and my hubby has reinforced that training, all due to their positive experiences with NAPA.

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Old 01-07-2020, 01:30 AM   #6393
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The napa premium is $70 ea and non grease-able it'd double the price of the job
although I am doing the drivers side twice now....

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Old 01-07-2020, 03:13 AM   #6394
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The napa premium is $70 ea and non grease-able it'd double the price of the job
although I am doing the drivers side twice now....
Just sharing -
The original sealed lower control arms were just replaced at almost 220,000 miles, so I am comfortable having new sealed replacements. The new outer tie rods, I had replaced, do have fittings for grease as the originals did. I will make sure they are lubed every few months, as I failed to do that with the prior set due to lack of information.

This forum is a great source for me.

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Old 01-07-2020, 08:40 AM   #6395
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We put mevotechs on the '99, and greased them before installation. No issues.
I put Mevotech Supreme's on my 99 SL2 as well. The one think that bugged me is you had to take the wheels off to grease them. There's no room to get the grease gun fitting in there. I changed the grease zerks to 90 degree zerks and resolved the issue.

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Old 01-07-2020, 10:14 AM   #6396
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I put Mevotech Supreme's on my 99 SL2 as well. The one think that bugged me is you had to take the wheels off to grease them. There's no room to get the grease gun fitting in there. I changed the grease zerks to 90 degree zerks and resolved the issue.
Awesome tip, thanks. Wish I knew earlier!

My greased for lifetime control arms had no grease in them when we took them off.

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Not so much of a "what did you do to" post, but I moved a 14' 3" extension ladder to my hangar. My Dodge Ram has a dead starter.




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I put in the same pair of control arms last July and have the same exact problem as you. The drivers side control arm wouldn't take any grease. I even bought second one and that one didn't take grease either. (Maybe there was a bad batch of drivers side control arms made?) I've honestly been driving without grease this entire time...It's not clunking or handling weird and I didn't really want to do it a 3rd time. I'll probably fix it in the spring when I do my brakes.

I'd recommend a different brand though.
I just bought a pair of Mevotech Lower Control Arms from RockAuto (specifically because they are greaseable and they showed up with the fittings already installed) and plan to installl them soon - I will certainly try greasing these before putting them on. I've never done a job like this and am using RichPins video as my guide.

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Old 01-07-2020, 11:18 AM   #6399
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The passenger side was really easy due to the builtin oil change lubrication
but on the drivers I had to use the air hammer to get that inner bolt out of the bushing

I made sure to put a little anti-seize on the shoulders of the bolts when I put it back together and I cleaned up the end of the stabilizer bar with a wire wheel and put a little dab of silicone grease on them

I also had some issue getting them lined up to go back together but a ratchet strap did the trick

looking at his video yep thats the ticket.. wish I had thought of setting the strap before I took the old ones out :P

If you do try greasing them before putting them on don't overdo it
the mevotechs do have a ring to hold on the boot but you usually don't grease them till they are installed

For that matter don't overdo it once they are installed either

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I was just looking at control arms on rock auto and the Mevotech arm listed doesn’t even claim to be grease-able. Looking at the pics there is no spot for the zerk fitting either. Maybe it’s a mistake in the listing? I do remember getting them because the they could be greased but I don’t remember if the listing ever actually mentioned it or not.

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